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If a profession who cares for others can't care for itself, what hope does everyone else have?
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The song is critical of the doctors over-prescribing medicine.
Remote areas are suffering from a lack of local doctors.
More than 1 million Aussies have been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.
If it’s not Lyme, would the real disease please stand up?
I'm not sure why a profession of carers is so bad at looking after its own, why smart intelligent professionals from all areas are comfortable condemning their employees and colleagues to misery.
There are countless targeted and indiscriminate strikes on Syrian hospitals and doctors each year.
The sad fact is that this new GP Tax will hurt everyone. In the bush it is going to be harder to attract doctors and other health professionals. It will mean a growing gap between the city and the bush when it comes to health.
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For the past four years, a small team of dedicated medical professionals has held together a skeletal network of bombed out and underground hospitals across opposition-held Aleppo, providing life-savi...
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A shroud of secrecy exists around the mental health of doctors -- for fear of judgement by colleagues or judgement by ourselves. But doctors are dying. They are burnt out, depressed and scared.
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We eat worse than we should. We study for our entire lives. we let down our family and friends. We run late, and sometimes we rush. But that is just the tip of the iceberg...
It's not always fun and it's not always happy endings. It's quite often time away from my own family and friends, from my own bed and my own life. But these lovely or powerful memories shape the next year and many years after that. They make me thankful for what I have, wiser, better and stronger. And always ready to do it all over again.